Mahoney, Silverman & Cross, LLC

Jordan M. Kielian


Jordan M. Kielian concentrates his practice in civil and criminal litigation. He represents clients in a variety of areas including personal injury, wrongful death, contract actions, business disputes, and lawsuits involving real and personal property. Jordan also represents individuals accused of criminal wrongdoing in cases ranging from serious felony charges to misdemeanors and traffic offenses. He has represented clients in the counties of Will, LaSalle, Kendall, Kane, DuPage, Kankakee, and Cook.

Jordan was raised in Plainfield, Illinois. He is a graduate of Joliet Catholic Academy. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign. Jordan then earned his Juris Doctor degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, where he attended on a Scholar-in-Law scholarship award.  While at Washington University, Jordan competed on the school’s Trial Team and served as an Editor and Notes Mentor on the Washington University Journal of Law and Policy. At his law school graduation, Jordan was nominated for the school’s Public Service Award and received the William M. Pomerantz Trial Award for demonstrating excellence in trial advocacy competition.

Jordan is a member of the Illinois State and Will County Bar Associations. He is also a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and serves as a member of the Illinois State Bar Association Criminal Justice Council.


• Personal Injury
• Wrongful Death
• Premise Liability
• Business Disputes
• Contract Actions
• Employment Discrimination
• Orders of Protection
• Stalking/No Contact Orders
• Property Disputes

• Assault & Battery
• Domestic Battery
• Drug Possession
• Drug Delivery / Trafficking
• Sex Crimes
• Homicide
• DUI / Aggravated DUI
• Theft / Retail Theft
• Aggravated Traffic Offenses
• Weapons / Firearm Offenses
• Criminal Damage to Property

• Washington University in St. Louis, School of Law – Juris Doctor
• University of Illinois, Champaign – Bachelor of Arts

• Updating Eavesdropping: ACLU v. Alvarez and Potential Legislation, Illinois State Bar Association, Local Government Law. August 2012 Newsletter, Vol. 49, No.1.

Call: 815-730-9500 x107

Joliet/Main Office

822 Infantry Drive, Suite 100
Joliet, Illinois 60435

Phone: 815-730-9500

Oswego Office

126 South Main Street
Oswego, Illinois 60543

Phone: 630-554-7800

Chicago Office

180 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 3700
Chicago, Illinois 60601

Phone: 312-216-5101

Morris Office

116 E. Washington Street
Morris, Illinois 60450

Phone: 815-513-5437